PHOENIX — The Immersive Van Gogh Exhibition in Scottsdale is now allowing people to experience the artist’s creations while taking part in a yoga workout.
The 40-minute cycle is all run from the palm of someone’s hand. The highly-anticipated event has been sold out for months.
Emily won’t have to travel to Paris to take in the immersive Van Gogh exhibit.
The exhibit that projects images of the artist’s works on the walls and floors that was featured in an episode of Netflix’s “Emily in Paris” is coming to Cleveland.
PITTSBURGH — The secret is over, and there’s a slight delay.
The original Immersive Van Gogh exhibit revealed Tuesday its Pittsburgh run will take place at the newly named Lighthouse Artspace Pittsburgh, in a historic manufacturing plant at 720 E Lacock St., adjacent to the Allegheny River, on the city’s North Side.
Organizers build anticipation for the traveling Original Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit by withholding location information for each city it visits until the opening date approaches.
Museumgoers have been losing themselves in Vincent van Gogh’s distinctively bold and colorful works for more than a century. But these days — thanks to an explosion of immersive installations that feature floor-to-ceiling, animated projections — art lovers can quite literally lose themselves in the world of the Dutch master’s paintings.